Over the past summer, I updated the Chess Wizard Training Manual and published a second edition. In the meantime, I started to record a complete set of video lectures to complement the book. After 4 months, I have finished all 65 lectures. All of the lectures can be found on my YouTube channel.
The videos are meant to supplement every topic covered in the book. Students can either read the book or watch the video to get a better understanding of each theme. I have also included my thinking process to help students see how they should approach positions in their games. From openings to tactics to annotated games, the material should be instructional for a wide range of skill levels.
My goal is to make chess accessible to more people. The book only costs $5, which is pretty affordable for a 188-page book. I realize that it's (unfortunately) impossible to teach as much as I would like, given my limited time. However, these videos can hopefully provide many hours of instruction to a large amount of students.
Click here to see a complete listing of all of the videos I made.